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Pueblo Map

A former official from Acoma Pueblo and the All Pueblo Council of Governors contacted me asking for a map of the Puebloan Peoples. So as requested, please find it below! This map shows all modern, occupied Pueblos as well as many of the ones that were unoccupied shortly after the arrival of the Spanish.
The Pueblo people united in 1680 under leader Pope to remove all Spanish people from their communities. Twelve years later the Spanish returned – this time with more humility.
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Support Needed

Hello friend and past supporter of Tribal Nations Maps,
With schools closing nationwide potentially until next school year-and no end in sight to a leveling out of the coronavirus scare- we are unable to forecast the future of Tribal Nations Maps. We rely heavily on schools, Tribes, libraries and other institutions, all of which are closed or closing for an indefinite period of time. This threatens our ability to stay in business. SO, we could use some support if you are able !
Please visit our website and take advantage of our $25 section as well as 40% off most other items. Thank you in advance for supporting a local Native-American business located inside the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma.
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Aaron Carapella
Tribal Nations Maps

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